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Retired Teacher Shows the Value of a World in Multicolor

Lupita Samuels breaks the barriers between skin colors in her book about personal transformation.


Bronx, New York – WEBWIRE
Think Folks Are “Too Dark?” Think Again! Is Brown Too Brown
Written by Lupita Samuels
Think Folks Are “Too Dark?” Think Again! Is Brown Too Brown Written by Lupita Samuels

“It conveys brotherly equality. Skin color does not determine the value or the worth of an individual. Mind and spirit are the driving force of all human beings, so everyone should be treated with respect and dignity.”

The issue of skin color has plagued society for centuries. Nowadays, it is undeniable that the same issue persists. In her book, Think Folks Are “Too Dark?” Think Again! Is Brown Too Brown, Lupita Samuels offers her insights on how to move forward from this negative mind-set.

In the second installment in the Color Blind series, Think Folks Are “Too Dark?” Think Again!, Samuels puts into perspective the misconceptions about skin color. Using metaphors and comparison, Samuels explains how skin color does not dictate a person’s worth. She includes several reflective exercises to help guide readers toward a peaceful resolution of their issues and struggles on the matter.

Amazon customer Norma L. Mason talks about the book, “It conveys brotherly equality. Skin color does not determine the value or the worth of an individual. Mind and spirit are the driving force of all human beings, so everyone should be treated with respect and dignity.”

Samuel’s book was featured in the 2016 AJC Decatur Book Festival from September 2 to 4 at the downtown Decatur Square, Georgia, USA.

 
 

Think Folks Are “Too Dark?” Think Again! Is Brown Too Brown
Written by Lupita Samuels 
Paperback | $13.95
Kindle | $3.99
 
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.

 

About the Author

Lupita Samuels was born in Costa Rica but later moved to the United States. She served as an educator in the New York City public school system for over twenty years. For several years, Lupita was also a teacher of Bible-based courses at the Spirit Life School at the Fordham Manor Church in the Bronx.


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